Former U. S. Attorney General Ed Meese on Federal Judges, Politcal Agendas, Non-Voter Approved Public Bonds, Pornography, Homelessness and More: Special Cable Television Series (Internet Video Preview 6 min)
Featured in a Sunday/Monday CableTV Special Series is former U. S. Attorney General Edwin Meese who describes activist judges in the U. S. Courts, big conglomerate law firms and the Reagan era. This two-part Full Disclosure Network™ series will be cablecast from 8 to 9 p. m on Sunday, December 17th and 4-5 p. m. on Monday, December 18th on L. A. Cable Channel 36 and 43 other cable systems. In addition to the Sunday Special Cable feature, the Full Disclosure Network™ is re-releasing, on the Internet, two video previews from the original interview with Ed Meese that was videotaped in May, 2005 at the Hoover Institute at Stanford University.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 12, 2006
Featured in a Sunday/Monday Cable Television special series is former U. S. Attorney General Edwin Meese, III who describes activist judges in the U. S. Courts. The two-part Full Disclosure Network™ series will be cablecast from 8 to 9 p. m on Sunday, December 17th and 4-5 p. m. on Monday, December 18th.
Meese tells Full Disclosure™ host Leslie Dutton that lifetime appointed "Federal judges are expanding their roles by taking over state and local functions, operating state prisons, school boards and mental institutions." He noted "the Courts are not suited or qualified for this activity and it causes confusion as to who is responsible for those functions." The Full Disclosure Network™ is re-releasing, on the Internet, two video previews videotaped in May, 2005 at the Hoover Institute at Stanford University.
Watch a video preview here: Part One (6 min) URL:http://www. fulldisclosure. net/Programs/422r_part1.php (http://www. fulldisclosure. net/Programs/422r_part1.php)
U. S. Attorney's role in the War on Terrorism. Illegal immigration and the U. S. Attorney's discretionary powers. Large conglomerate law firms and their role in controlling government policy and business.
In Part Two of the interview former Attorney General Edwin Meese gives the background behind the Reagan revolution:
Watch video preview on the Reagan Revolution here: Part Two (6 min)
Http://www. fulldisclosure. net/Programs/422r_part2.php (http://www. fulldisclosure. net/Programs/422r_part2.php)
Was the Reagan the tax limitation revolution side-tracked by non-voter approved bonds? The Attorney General's 1985 Commission on Pornography, is it time for another one? Did the mental health reforms of the 1970's cause homelessness of the next three decades?
Billed as "the news behind the news" the Full Disclosure Network™ is an independent, educational, public affairs cable program featured on 43 cable systems and the worldwide Internet website http://www. fulldisclosure. net/ (http://www. fulldisclosure. net/) Hosted by Leslie Dutton, who in 2002 was presented with a public affairs Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for their series entitled "L. A.'s War Against Terrorism". Channels and airtimes can be found on the website.